All It Takes Is an Idea
It may sound elementary, but every great revolution starts with a small idea. Consider Zooplr.inc. The intention of the app is simple; it makes great ideas available for those who seek it. If the idea doesn’t connect with you, don’t go ahead. To learn more on how to connect with anyone click here.
“If people like you, they'll listen to you, but if they trust you, they'll do business with you” Zig Ziglar
Erase the Labels
If you are not a trained musician but want to convey a message by composing a tune, don’t let the lack of a formal education stop you. Never let the question ‘Am I trained to do this?’ take root. Carve a path and walk through. This is the only way forward.
“Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude”Zig Ziglar
Success Tastes Sweet Only After Bitter Failure
Be mentally prepared to hear ‘No’ before you meet acceptance. Aim for rejection, it is not negative if something substantial comes out of it. Dean Kosage himself had to endure failed attempts before he got to the summit. When you stop worrying about rejection, you put in your best effort.
“You present failure is a temporary condition.” Jim Rohn
Don’t Lose Focus on the Project’s Integrity
It is easier to fall off the wagon than getting on to it. Most people who come up with brilliant ideas after tasking initial success, lose focus on their goals and get off track. Persistence is the key. Have a small team in place whose responsibility is to assess the course of the project. Anytime they feel that the trajectory is misaligned, corrective steps can be implemented without losing time.
There Should Always Be a Scale For Measurement
Every action and idea must be scalable. When you find yourself thinking of the next big idea, ask yourself “Will this be applicable to 500 people?” If the answer is no, alter the plan. If yes, improve it to fit a larger perspective.
“If you want to be successful, find someone who has achieved the results you want and copy what they do and you’ll achieve the same results. Tony Robbins
Keep It Simple
An idea is great only when it is simplified. The more complicated it gets, the lesser acceptance it will receive. People tend to follow only those ideas which they can understand. Breaking down the idea into a simple concept also makes building an emotional connection easier.
During the inception of the idea it is pivotal to keep it centered on a core value. This core will decide if the project will go global or lose momentum on track.
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Connect With Dean
· Dean Kosage on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/deankosage)
· Dean Kossage on Twitter (@deankosage)
· Dean Kosage’s YouTube Channel (great inspiring videos!) youtube.com/users/deanleverage